Beluga-en

  • 2015 / 05 / 12

    Zéblanc

    Par Marie-Sophie Giroux / Beluga-en

    Portrait C’est par les entailles multiples dans sa crête dorsale que l’on reconnait Zéblanc. Sur le pédoncule au flanc gauche se trouve également une légère dépression. Notre première renc...

  • 2015 / 05 / 12

    Lou-lou

    Par Marie-Sophie Giroux / Beluga-en

    Portrait On reconnait Lou-Lou avec sa grosse encoche en demi-lune dans la crête dorsale. Il a également deux cicatrices sur le flanc gauche dans la partie antérieure. Les deux seules fois que nous ...

  • 2015 / 05 / 11

    Splash

    Par Marie-Sophie Giroux / Beluga-en

    His field marks You have to look at the end of Splash’s peduncle to see his biggest mark. This deep scar is visible on both flanks. His dorsal crest contains a multitude of details. He also has ...

  • 2015 / 05 / 11

    DL0058

    Par Marie-Sophie Giroux / Beluga-en

    His field marks With two deep scars in his dorsal crest, DL0058 is easy to identify. The scar located on the hind portion of his dorsal crest has changed a few times between 2007 and 2009. Life histor...

  • 2015 / 05 / 11

    April

    Par Marie-Sophie Giroux / Beluga-en

    Her field marks April is recognizable by the scar on her left peduncle consisting of two small dots very close to one another. Although they’re not very deep, the gashes in her dorsal crest neve...

  • 2015 / 05 / 11

    Aquarelle

    Par Marie-Sophie Giroux / Beluga-en

    Her field marks One must look at Aquarelle’s dorsal crest to recognize her, notably thanks to this scar on her right flank that leaves a large notch visible when she is observed from her left si...

  • 2015 / 05 / 11

    Blanchon

    Par Marie-Sophie Giroux / Beluga-en

    Her field marks Blanchon is easily recognizable thanks to the deep, irregular scar in her dorsal crest that runs down both sides. Life history Leone Pippard and team photographed Blanchon for the firs...

  • 2015 / 05 / 11

    Or Blanc

    Par Marie-Sophie Giroux / Beluga-en

    His field marks Or Blanc can only be recognized based on his left flank, as the markings on his dorsal crest are not sufficiently pronounced to confirm his identity from the right side. What distingui...

  • 2015 / 05 / 11

    Mirapakon

    Par Marie-Sophie Giroux / Beluga-en

    His field marks The key to recognizing Mirapakon is his dorsal crest, the rear portion of which is marked by deep, broad gashes. Life history Mirapakon was already white when he was first photographed...

  • 2015 / 05 / 11

    Écho

    Par Marie-Sophie Giroux / Beluga-en

    His field marks Écho differs from other belugas by the deep, broad and irregularly-shaped scar he shows on his right peduncle. He can also be recognized from both sides by the gashes in his dorsal cr...